Even though they’re so teensy and cute, babies take up a lot of space. Between the cribs, changing tables, and endless onslaught of adorable onesies and trendy baby toys, there’s a lot to make room for when designing your nursery. Which is why we consider it such a testament to Laurel & Wolf designer Ryen Conley‘s expertise that she was able to fit this entire setup into just 140 square feet and make it feel like a bright, airy, and calming space.

Lifestyle blogger Jessie De Lowe of How You Glow had a clearly defined aesthetic for her home, which she described as “beachy, eclectic, and cozy.” She wanted to extend this look to her new baby’s room while incorporating on-trend bohemian touches that felt natural in the space. And we think Conley nailed it.

A cozy rug feels plush underfoot, while pops of saturated indigo bring vibrancy and definition to the bright white space.

And a bed serves as a crucial addition for upcoming late-night feedings and sleep training. Layered rugs create a perfect balance of durability and coziness.

Storage was key, so built-in bookcases came to the rescue. Soon-to-be-beloved toys are on full display, while cute storage baskets and bins disguise more utilitarian items — a system worth using in every room of the house.

The clever repurposing of a hanging fruit basket keeps frequently used items close at hand.

We’re sure De Lowe’s boho baby will love all these thoughtful little touches!

What’s your dream nursery style? Let us know @BritandCo!

(Photos via Dustin Walker for Laurel & Wolf)